James (Jim) Thomas Webster, 66, of Edmond, OK, passed away on Christmas Day, December 25, of a heart attack.Jim was born in Great Bend, KS on July 22, 1955, to E. James (Jim) Webster and Eva Webster. Jim graduated from Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School and continued on to receive a B.S. in Chemistry from St. Edward's University and a M.B.A. from the University of Central Oklahoma.Jim was married to Sue Ann (Fisher) Webster on April 24, 1982; they would have celebrated their 40th anniversary in 2022.Jim worked in the Oil and Natural Gas Industry for his entire career including Gulf Oil Chemicals Company, Phillips Petroleum, ConocoPhillips and Phillips66 for 39 Years. He loved those he worked with, the professional challenges he faced and the accomplishment of the teams he led. Away from the office he enjoyed gardening, cooking, hunting, history, the Cleveland Browns and his family most of all. He traveled worldwide for both work and recreation. He was also actively involved in a number of boards and charitable causes.While Jim's family is truly saddened at his passing, we are forever grateful that his larger than life presence will forever be connected to Christmas and the joyful holiday season. Throughout most of his life we've joked about his hopeless devotion to the Cleveland Browns, ridiculously early sleep/wake schedule and focused pre-planning - all of which he continued to his dying day. (He even got to Heaven before the gates were open.) In his later years he was often likely to be seen laughing and talking to anyone about anything; whether they worked at the 7-Eleven, were restaurant staff or just walking down the street. There are a great many who will miss his presence.Jim is survived by his wife, Sue Ann (Edmond, OK); sons, Jay (Bartlesville, OK), Jim (McKinney, TX), Jacob (Edmond, OK); 6 grandchildren, (Carter, Maddox, Avery, Evanjalyn, Boudicca, Charlotte); 2 step grandchildren, (Makenzy and Lexingtyn); 1 birddog (Izzie) and 3 sisters, Barbara (Enid, OK) Bridget (Beloit, WI) and Amy (OKC).Jim is preceded in death by his parents, Jim & Eva Webster.Visitation will be Thursday, January 6, 2022, from 9am-6pm with an Evening Prayer Service starting at 6pm at Smith and Kernke North May Chapel. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church at 10:30 am on Friday, January 7, 2022, with burial following at Resurrection Memorial Cemetery, with a reception to follow. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to the Wounded Warriors Project.